The Vision to Re-Energize
Making the choice to invest in integrated energy efficient retrofits and building technology is a big decision. Important questions quickly emerge: where to locate reliable performance data, how to project your return on investment, how to reassess asset value, and who to turn to as the single source for expertise and reliable information. Right now, the EEB Hub is answering these and other questions to the satisfaction of large and small commercial property owners and their representatives.
As the Advanced Energy Retrofit movement begins to overtake the one-step-at-a-time approach, building owners are re-evaluating the retrofit process. No longer viewed as a questionable expenditure, energy management is evolving into a core function of asset management. How successfully you’re able to incorporate comprehensive energy efficiency into your building is key to sustaining, and increasing its value over time. EEB Hub can show how an Advanced Energy Retrofit will lower utility bills, raise tenant satisfaction, improve health and comfort conditions, and make your space more marketable--even at increased rental rates—compared to buildings lacking similar energy efficiency systems.
Owners with the foresight to re-energize their buildings for the future are not only lowering energy costs, they are leading the charge to transform an industry and advance innovation in the built environment. If your long-term organizational goals include enhancing your image as an innovator--as well as prospering in the new sustainable economy—this is the time to explore the opportunities available to you through the EEB Hub.
Look to the EEB Hub for
- Information on standardized energy data collection
- Performance and value proposition projections
- Case studies on integrated retrofits
- Opportunities for public relations exposure
- Research on tenant attitudes toward comprehensive retrofits
- Scheduled seminars and workshops
Smart Building Managed Services [ Building Energy Data, Owners/Operators/Occupants ]
Pike Research- Software as a Service plus Energy Management/NOC Services and On-Site Installation & Maintenance Services for Commercial Buildings: Global Market Analysis and ForecastsRead More
Energy Efficiency and Appraisals
Investments in energy efficiency often have a positive impact on the bottom-line. However, to fully realize the value of a high performance building, developers, owners, and managers need to engage with appraisers, documenting and demonstrating the fi nancial benefi ts and risks of energy management strategies.
BOMA Classroom: Budgeting and Accounting [Other Events]
Budgeting and Accounting features applications and problems you can use to create building and facilities' budgets.Read More